What do you imagine when you think about your college experience? Do you think about the kind of people you’ll meet, the opportunities you’ll have, and the academic adventures you’ll encounter?
To give you an idea of what it’s like to live and learn at Hopkins, here are some highlights from our fall 2014 semester:
- Junior neuroscience major Marlene K. combined her interest in how the human brain works with her writing hobby to publish her first book, based on a recurring dream.
- Senior Peter K. won one of the most famous academic awards available to American college students.
- Danielle G., a senior archaeology and English double major, examined the connections between public architecture, expressions of power, and social organization.
- A few well-known (and some even famous!) people came to campus.
- We established the new marketing and communications minor.
- Our biomedical engineering team placed second in the Collegiate Inventors Competition.
Click on the links below to read blog posts from current students who reflect back on:
- His time as a high school senior and college applicant: Unwritten Essays, Defer-gatory, and Other Thoughts
- Her time at Hopkins: Four Falls at Hopkins
If you’re a senior and this sound intriguing, there’s still time to submit your application. Regular Decision applications are due January 5, 2015. More info here: apply.jhu.edu/apply.